It’s been nearly a month since the release of Treyarchs latest entry in the Call Of Duty franchise, Black Ops 3. All in all it has been well received but there has been a few small complaints.
One of the biggest of these gripes is how weak some of the higher scorestreaks seem. It is possible, and in some cases fairly easy to destroy these scorestreaks before they even have a chance to make their mark on the battlefield.
Well the sainted David Vonderhaar has taken to Twitter to address a question on just this matter. He came out and said that some of these scorestreaks are indeed underperforming and that they will get a slight buff in the near future.
Multiple are under-performing from target design goals and will get buffed in future update. Work in progress. https://t.co/m4NPgfVu2U
— David Vonderhaar (@DavidVonderhaar) December 2, 2015
For a lot of people this is nothing but good news. what is the point of equipping a high-end scorestreak if it’s going to get destroyed straight away? The only concern could be that some of these streaks may become a little over powered, but if this happens then it would be a safe bet to say that Treyarch will address this issue if it arises, keeping this as one of the most well-balanced Call of Duty games to date.